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Al Jazeera America
Dec 3, 2013 12:00am EST
abuses of money, abuses of power. >> arizona democratic house minority leader chad campbell says the legislature did not properly vette the company before signing the contract. >> didn't those lawsuits in other states raise some red flags, maybe we need to take a look at this company? >> you would think it would have. but what actually happened, the current company that got the contract didn't even have to go through a public process of any kind to get this contract. >> no bid? >> no bid, nothing. it was deemed an emergency situation by department of corrections so they didn't have to go through the normal process. but more interesting than that was, this company that got the contract had just hired the former head of department of corrections who was the mentor of the current head of the department of corrections. >> campbell said that was not the only time that members of arizona department of corrections have to private prisons. former campaign strategist charles coughlin runs a large company, representing one of the highest prison companies, the governor's office declined a r
Al Jazeera America
Dec 7, 2013 9:00pm EST
to the "miami herald." >> arizona democratic house minority leader chad campbell says the legislature did not properly vet the company before signing the contract. >> did it not raise red flags that you'd need to look at the company. >> you would think it would have. the currently company that got the contract didn't go through a public process. >> no bed. >> it was deemed an emergency situation by the department of corrections. they didn't have to go through the normal process. more interesting, the company that got the contract hired a former head of department of corrections, who was the mentor of the current head of det of the corrections. >> campbell says it's not the only tie that members of arizona has to prisons. a former strategist, charles kaufman running high ground public affairs consultants, representing one of the largest private prison companies. high ground donating $5,000 to jam pack. the governor's office decline add request for an interview and referred us to john cavanagh. >> there are allegations that governor jan breuer accepted the bids because of personal relations
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